Adv Pharm Bull. Inpress.
doi: 10.34172/apb.2024.023
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Ready to Eat Food: A Reason for Enhancement in Multidrug Resistance in Humans

Sheetal Negi ORCID logo, Sarika Sharma* ORCID logo
*Corresponding Author: Email: sharmasarika19@gmail.com


The increasing trend of consuming ready-to-eat (RTE) food has become a global phenomenon, and this has raised concerns about the potential negative impacts on human health. Recent studies have shown a correlation between the consumption of RTE foods and the expansion of multidrug resistance (MDR) in humans. MDR is a significant challenge in the effective theory of infectious diseases, as it limits the effectiveness of antibiotics and other drugs used in therapy. Consumption of RTE food contribute to the development of MDR in humans. Additionally, there are potential risks of consuming RTE food contaminated with antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which can cause severe health consequences. The article highlights the need for awareness campaigns on the potential hazard related to the ingestion of RTE food and the importance of responsible and safe food production practices. It also recommends the need for regulatory bodies to establish strict guidelines for the production and distribution of RTE food to ensure that they are free from harmful contaminants and that their consumption does not lead to the development of MDR in humans. Overall, this article provides a comprehensive analysis of the potential negative impacts of RTE food consumption on human health and emphasizes the need for a more cautious approach to food consumption to protect public health.
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Submitted: 11 Sep 2023
Revision: 20 Nov 2023
Accepted: 07 Jan 2024
ePublished: 13 Jan 2024
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